In order to achieve immortality, scientists inject 3.5 million years old bacteria into their bodies. What’s the effect

Birth, aging, illness and death are the laws of nature, and no living thing in the world can escape them. But since ancient times, there are many people who do not want to accept life, want to grow against the sky, and use all means to pursue this eternal life.

In ancient times, there was the first emperor of Qin, and now there is Anatole bruckov. Everyone must know the story of Qin Shihuang. Who is Anatole bruckov? What crazy thing did he do for immortality?

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Anatoly bruckov is the director of the Department of frozen soil morphology at Moscow State University in Russia. In 2009, he discovered an ancient bacterium named Bacillus f in Siberian permafrost.

This ancient and tenacious bacterium is still abundant under the Siberian ice. To find out if they were harmful to humans, bronkov took samples and returned them to the laboratory, where he studied them for six years.

Until 2015, their team finally solved part of the mystery of the bacterial DNA.

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Every living thing will age and die, but there is a strange thing about Bacillus F, which can repair itself and achieve the goal of longevity.

In previous experiments, scientists artificially activated bacteria and injected them into mice, fruit flies and crops. Mice and fruit flies not only lived longer, but also were full of vitality. Crops also grew faster.

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Brankov was overjoyed when he came up with the result that the bacteria would significantly increase the life span and vitality of organisms.

In order to understand whether this ability can be used in human body, bronkov injected Bacillus f into his body.

This is a very bold move, because although we have done several experiments on human cells in vitro, no one knows the terrible consequences of injecting this 3.5 million year old bacterium directly into the body.

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However, according to him, he feels good, and in the last two years, he has not been ill, and his physical strength is stronger than before.

Bacillus f can exist in small amount in the water flow. Because Bacillus f was found in the Siberian permafrost before, the melting of the permafrost has brought a small amount of Bacillus f into the water flow for a long time. Local Yakut people drink this kind of water for a long time, and their average life expectancy is longer than other people.

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Although most people are still skeptical about the results of his experiment, the scientist’s action still attracted the attention of a German actress.

Manoush is very concerned about her appearance and can’t bear the aging day by day. In order to keep her youth forever, she resolutely found bronkov regardless of the opposition of her family, hoping to inject Bacillus f once every other period of time.

At first, anatona bronkov strongly disagreed because he didn’t know the short-term or long-term consequences of injecting the bacteria. Later, he couldn’t stand Manoush’s repeated requests and finally agreed.

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After the injection, Manoush said she was more energetic and hoped to be young all the time.

It is undeniable that it is desirable to have immortality and keep young forever. But after all, scientists are not sure whether this Archaea will have side effects on human body. Therefore, we should be cautious for the sake of safety. What do you say?

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